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Crime docu series Dancing On The Grave gets premiere date 

The four part series will stream on Prime Video

Published: 15th April 2023

Dancing On The Grave, the upcoming true-crime docu series is set to premiere on Prime Video on April 21, the streaming platform announced on social media on Saturday.

“The investigative unscripted series takes a deep-dive into the spine-chilling murder of Shakereh Khaleeli, that took place in the early 90’s in Bangalore,” reads the synopsis of the series, which is written and directed by Patrick Graham with Kanishka Singh Deo serving as co-writer.

The docu-series weaves a set of material, including archival footage, news clippings, interviews and dramatisations, while exploring the murder of Shakereh Khaleeli, a well-known and wealthy heiress. The series is divided into four parts and also features the perpetrator himself besides throwing light on the various facets of the case that dates back to almost 30 years ago.

“Sometimes, facts are stranger than the fiction. And documentaries provide a window into the social fabric, ethos and mindsets of people; they can be stimulating and thought provoking.  At Prime Video, we are continuously working towards bringing differentiated and compelling content that caters to our diverse customer base. We have seen a growing interest in documentaries, especially in the crime genre, and are excited to bring Dancing on the Grave - our first Indian, true crime Original series to audiences across the world," said Aparna Purohit, head of India Originals, Prime Video.

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